Just when you thought the jewelry couldn’t glitter more, get bolder or make more of a statement after spring’s official awards season and the Met Gala, Cannes Film Festival begins and brings on the bling with more glamorous jaw-dropping jewels. Cannes has always sparkled plenty with stars shining in many of the renowned house’s jewelry with attending various events and premieres. Not to mention the A-listers who wear Chopard’s collection of Red Carpet Jewelry which they debut on different celebrity attendees every year. This year is particularly noteworthy as it is the 25th anniversary of Chopard’s official partnership (spearheaded by Caroline Scheufele Chopard’s co-president and artistic director) with the Cannes Film Festival. It is also the festival’s 75th year, and the new Chopard collection features 75 pieces that pay tribute to jewelry in films from different periods in time and is called “Chopard Loves Cinema”.
The trends were clear: diamonds, diamonds and more diamonds with a sprinkling of major rubies, emeralds, sapphires and one killer sunset-colored Padparadscha sapphire. There were high drama statement necklaces, many with huge center stones, hair jewelry, earrings that climbed up the lobe and then dipped down to the shoulder, drop earrings, and fingers full of rings.
Elle Fanning in Chopard’s diamond bow in her hair, diamond heart necklace. Here, shown close up and above are shown with a three-tier diamond bracelet.
Julianne Moore in Bulgari’s Eden The Garden of Wonders” necklace and ring. The necklace features a large center emerald, emeralds and different shapes of diamonds.
Katherine Langford in Piaget emerald and diamond necklace worn dramatically with the front down her back.
Anne Hathaway in one of Bulgari’s Eden The Garden of Wonders necklaces, featuring white diamonds and a rare 107.15-carat cushion-cut Sri Lankan sapphire.
Julia Roberts in Chopard’s Red Carpet “I Love Cinema” Collection’s fairmined-certified ethical 18K white and yellow gold necklace with a rare central 100+ carat yellow diamond set with pear-shaped and cushion-shaped diamonds.
Lori Harvey in Messika’s diamond necklace with pear-shaped diamonds and diamond drop earrings.
Cindy Bruna in Chaumet’s transformable white and pink gold necklace, set with a pinkish-orange Padparadscha sapphire. She completed her look with matching earrings. Shown front and back.
Deepika Padukone in Cartier’s High Jewelry’s 18K white gold and diamond necklace.
Grace Elizabeth in Bulgari’s diamond High Jewelry feminine yet bold floral diamond necklace.
Chirselle Lim in Pomellato’s diamond link choker and earrings.
Rose Bertram in Messika’s regal Indian-inspired diamond necklace hoop earrings and ring.
Elvira Jain in Nour By Jahan’s ruby choker and earrings with touches of diamonds.
Emilia Schüle in a diamond necklace and earrings.
Lashana Lynch in Chopard’s emerald and diamond floral earrings.
Viola Davis in Boucheron’s 35-carat yellow beryl ring with sapphires and diamonds and one of the stars of the festival’s jewelry- ‘Fleur de Paradis’ head jewel from Boucheron’s newest high-jewelry collection in a mix of gemstones and lacquer.
Deepika Padukone in Sabyasachi Jewelry’s over-the-top earrings and necklace worn as a hair ornament.
Matilda Anna Ingrid Lutz in Chanel Joaillerie dangling diamond ear cuffs for a fresh youthful take.
Eva Longoria in Chopard’s Red Carpet Collection’s triangular cut diamond drop earrings.
Lady Amelia Spencer in Chopard chandelier emerald and diamond earrings for a dramatic look with hair pulled back.
Jasmine Tookes in Messika diamond rings and earrings for an edgier look.
Julia Roberts in Chopard’s “I love Cinema” diamond rose brooch dresses up streamlined black.
Caro Daur in Tiffany & Co. Hardware 18K gold chain link earrings for a more subdued approach to Cannes’ jewelry.
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